Would You Buy a Windows Phone with “3D Touch”?
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Would You Buy a Windows Phone with “3D Touch”?

It’s no secret that Microsoft has been waging a losing battle when it comes to making Windows Phone a successful mobile platform. A post on Neowin today says that the company is hoping to turn some heads with new … [Read more...]

Surface Mini this Summer? Yes, Says Leaker. No, Says Me.
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Surface Mini this Summer? Yes, Says Leaker. No, Says Me.

The Surface Mini is quickly becoming my favorite piece of vaporware. Rumored since last year, we were supposed to see the Windows RT-powered tablet debuted this past May, right along with the Surface Pro 3. When that … [Read more...]

5 Ways to Make Your Online Presentation More Interesting
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5 Ways to Make Your Online Presentation More Interesting

It is crucial in today’s competitive business environment to understand the needs of your clients and be able to effectively develop a presentation that addresses those needs. Superior presentation skills are hard to … [Read more...]

Weekend Wrap-Up: Google Buys Songza; Facebook Messes With Newsfeeds for Science
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Weekend Wrap-Up: Google Buys Songza; Facebook Messes With Newsfeeds for Science

It's Sunday, and you know what that means -- time to get caught up with our Weekend Wrap-Up, where we summarize the big tech stories from the past week. During the week of a holiday, news typically slows down. When … [Read more...]

Apple Hires Former TAG Heuer Exec for iWatch Launch
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Apple Hires Former TAG Heuer Exec for iWatch Launch

It’s true that Apple has yet to even remotely acknowledge the existence of the iWatch, but that hasn’t stopped us from reporting on it every chance we get. For example, an article on CNBC reports that Apple has … [Read more...]

Is Microsoft Making a Smartband?
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Is Microsoft Making a Smartband?

Not one to be left out, Microsoft is working on getting into the wearable tech game itself. While the company has yet to announce anything formally, a patent filing published in May shows that Microsoft has plans for … [Read more...]

Facebook Issues Another Apology for Emotion Study
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Facebook Issues Another Apology for Emotion Study

The dust has settled on the Grand Facebook Emotion Experiment, in which the social network automatically filtered what 700,000 users saw on their newsfeeds for the span of a week in 2012 based on whether posts contained … [Read more...]

Chumby is Brought Back to Life, Courtesy of Blue Octy
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Chumby is Brought Back to Life, Courtesy of Blue Octy

A few years ago, I seriously wanted a Chumby. For those of you unfamiliar with the device, it was a sort of alarm clock-meets-tablet-meets-rugby ball that sold itself as a convenient way to access important Internet … [Read more...]

Real Food Works Is the ‘Uber For Food’
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Real Food Works Is the ‘Uber For Food’

When serial tech entrepreneur Lucina Duncalfe was eating lunch in a deserted restaurant on a Tuesday afternoon in Philadelphia, a lightbulb went off in her head.  Why couldn't the restaurant make food during their slow … [Read more...]

Fab Announces Hem, Customizable Home Furnishings
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Fab Announces Hem, Customizable Home Furnishings

Online retailer Fab announced that it will be launching a new brand called Hem for “private label furnishings."  Similar to the company's recent refocus on selling its own products instead of other brands, Hem will … [Read more...]

Report Says Microsoft Has Killed Surface Mini
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Report Says Microsoft Has Killed Surface Mini

When Microsoft didn’t unveil the Surface Mini at its event in May, no one was too upset – mainly because the company revealed the Surface Pro 3 instead, a powerhouse ultrabook/tablet hybrid. With a flashy new PC to … [Read more...]

Android L Provides Huge Smartphone Battery Boost
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Android L Provides Huge Smartphone Battery Boost

Google showed off the latest version of its mobile OS, codenamed “Android L,” at its I/O event last week. There, the company talked about some of the major aesthetic changes Android users would see when the new OS … [Read more...]